The Eid congregation at the Baitul Mukarram National Mosque on Thursday. Photo: mostafigur rahman
Muslims in Bangladesh are celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr on Thursday at the end of a month of Ramadan fasting.
New arrivals for the Eid are on display at a shop in Mirpur. Photo: asif mahmud ove
Shopping malls at Mirpur in the capital Dhaka are abuzz with activities ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr. Photo: asif mahmud ove
Wholesalers at Demra Jamdani Haat hold sarees up to draw buyers' attention on Friday.
A wholesale weekly market of Jamdani saree sits at Demra beside the Shitalakkhya River on Fridays. The sales do not generally exceed two hours from 6am. Photo: mostafigur rahman
Bowls of Iftar await people at the High Court Mazar.
A huge arrangement goes behind serving Iftar to more than a thousand during the Ramadan at Dhaka's High Court Mazar. Photo: tanvir ahammed
This spread has it all, from sweet, hot and deep-fried.
It is a platter of Suti Kebabs, barbecued chicken, haleem and pastries at Dhaka’s Bailey Road known for mouth-watering dishes. Photo: tanvir ahammed
Iftar items on decorative display at Chawkbazar in the capital.
A crowded Iftar bazar at Dhaka's Chawkbazar on the first day of Ramadan. The item 'Boro Baaper Polay Khay' or 'Food for the rich man’s son' takes centre stage for both buyers. Photo: mostafigur rahman